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Authorised form of nameDucarel; Andrew Coltee (1713 - 1785)
SurnameDucarel
ForenamesAndrew Coltee
Dates1713 - 1785
NationalityBritish
Dates and placesBirth:
Normandy, France (1713)
Death:
His house in South Lambeth, London (29 May 1785)
Burial:
North side of the altar of St Katharine's-by-the-Tower, London
ActivityProfession:
Antiquary
Barrister
Education:
Eton College; Trinity College, Oxford (matriculated 1731); Gray's Inn (admitted 1732); Inner Temple (admitted 1735); St John's College, Oxford; BCL (1738), DCL (1742); Incorporated LLB at Cambridge (from Trinity Hall) (1739)
Career:
Admitted advocate (1743); official of the Diocese of Canterbury (1758); Lambeth Librarian (1757)
Memberships:
FSA (1737)
Royal Society activityMembership:
Fellow
Election Date:
4/02/1762
SourcesSources:
Bulloch's Roll; DNB; Venn
Royal Society codeNA7838
Archives associated with this Fellow
Reference numberTitleDate
EC/1761/12Ducarel, Andrew Coltee: certificate of election to the Royal Society
IM/001205Ducarel, Andrew Colteend
MM/5/39Memorial from the Royal Society to King George III concerning the Transit of Venus of 1769c.1768
MS/391/87Bond of Andrew Coltee Ducarel to the Treasurer of the Royal Society18 February 1762
L&P/5/224Letter, 'On chestnut trees' from Andrew Coltee Ducarel to William Watson25 January 1771
L&P/5/325Letter, 'On the early cultivation of botany in England, with some particulars of John Tradescant' from Andrew Coltee Ducarel to William Watson2 November 1772
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